Weekend Roundup: Arter scores, O’Dowda hits landmark

Joe McCarthy

Friday, 17th November 2017
Burton Albion 1-3 Sheffield United

Samir Carruthers’ late introduction from the bench was his first appearance in two months

Preston North End 0-0 Bolton

Andy Boyle was booked for the first time this season

Saturday, 18th November 2017

Premier League
Bournemouth 4-0 Huddersfield

Harry Arter scored his first goal of the season, this was also the 30th goal of the midfielder’s career

Burnley 2-0 Swansea

Stephen Ward was booked for the first time this season

Manchester United 4-1 Newcastle Utd

Ciaran Clark returned to the Newcastle starting XI for the first time since 1st October


Birmingham City 1-0 Nottingham Forest

Stephen Gleeson made his first appearance since Saturday, 26th August

Cardiff 2-0 Brentford

John Egan made his 50th appearance for Brentford

Reading 0-2 Wolverhampton Wanderers

Matt Doherty’s first goal of the season was also his tenth goal for Wolves, and the 15th goal of his career

Sheffield Wednesday 0-0 Bristol City

Callum O’Dowda made his 50th appearance in the Championship

League 1
Bristol Rovers 1-3 AFC Wimbledon

Rory Gaffney made his 50th appearance in League One

Peterborough 0-1 Blackpool

Conor O’Malley made his first appearance in League One

League 2
Grimsby 0-1 Carlisle United

Jack Bonham made his 25th career appearance

Lincoln City 1-2 Coventry

Sean Long was booked for the first time this season

Scottish Premier League

Dundee 0-0 Kilmarnock

Darren O’Dea was sent off for the second time this season, two months after his last red card on Saturday, 16 September. This was fourth red card of his career

Sunday, 19th November 2017
Scottish Premier League
Hearts 1-1 Partick Thistle

Daniel Devine was booked for the fifth time this season and is suspended for the next game

Scottish Championship

Dundee United 3-0 Falkirk

Willo Flood scored his first goal since Saturday, 2 September in his 200th start for Dundee United

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